It takes a profound kind of modern-day alchemy to
make it through the day in this shrinking post-industrial world.
Every morning people wake up just to jump into their cars and rush
barking mad to work, juggle raising families and tending to
careers, or deal with the responsibilities of winning or losing the
bread in this economy. And recent college graduates have to
confront their disaffection toward their expensive education, with
no apparent reward of a job.
No doubt, people's stress levels are on the rise
and health levels are on the dive.
Making a giant lifestyle change to improve your
health is sometimes a decision you make out of duress, nudging from
family, or the numbers taunting you on the scale. Whatever the
impetus, you own it and need to feel the most comfortable to make a
Last week I posted the top three ways to manage
your own health care. Here are three more things you might want
to consider when restructuring a lifestyle regimen:
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